29.04.2011 [El País.com (España)] - Abre la muestra la mirada digna de BibiAisha, la joven afgana a la que le cortaron nariz y orejas por huir de su marido talibán que la maltrataba. Captado por la reportera surafricana Jodi Bieber, el retrato, premiado como la mejor fotografía de 2010
19.04.2011 [Ediciones Electro Imagen s.l. (Comunicado de prensa)] - La imagen muestra el retrato de BibiAisha, una joven afgana de 18 años que regresó a la casa de sus padres tras huir de la vivienda que compartía con su marido, al que acusó de malos tratos. Un grupo talibán llegó al domicilio paterno reclamando a la
25.04.2011 [GlobalPost (blog)] - BibiAisha, the woman on TIME magazine's cover who lost her nose and ears when her husband's family punished her for running away from their abuse, is much more than a symbol of Taliban cruelty. She is the face of Afghanistan itself, a society where
Just because the image of Jodi Bieber is selected as the World Press Photo of the Year 2010. The winning picture shows BibiAisha, an 18-year-old woman from Oruzgan province in Afghanistan, who fled back to her family home from her husband's house, complaining of violent treatment. The Taliban arrived one night, demanding Bibi be…
BibiAisha's gruesome maiming put her on the cover of Time. Now, years later, she's working on getting a new face and trying to exorcise the horror, restart her life—and reunite with family, says Gayle Tzemach Lemmon.
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon says that even though BibiAisha, the Afghan teenager maimed by her Taliban-sympathizing husband and his family, has relocated to the United States, her story does not yet have a happy ending.
Aisha Mohammadzai was 12-yr-old when she was punished by Talibanis & her in-laws for trying to escape her forced marriage. She was on Time magazine cover. 3 years later, she now has a reconstructed face and lives in US.